I’m going on a beautiful little walk today near my son’s baseball diamond (which would be absolutely perfect if it wasn’t for the 100 degree heat we are having in Texas right now!) There’s so much green around and I find it so healing for me. 

I’m asking myself….

? What were the highlights of this Masterclass?
? What didn’t go so well? 

I want to acknowledge the importance of just taking time to celebrate and just pause. Letting go of that feeling of…​

? Needing to kick back into gear

? Setting another big goal

? Seeing what’s next​

What if you took a step back and just owned an energy of gratitude? 

That’s SUCH a powerful theme in everything that I teach. When we put ourselves in that place of reflection and how far we’ve come, I think it’s so important to develop that muscle, even if you feel like you still have a long way to go!​

Looking back on my most recent Masterclass, I know that SO many people were impacted. ​

Some even became clients, and others took on the information and sent me messages and emails of gratitude. Those people went off and started their journey, and they’re doing it! ​

I’m in a beautiful trajectory and I’m on this constant quest of serving and welcoming new people into my community. Sharing my 20+ years of experience and helping my community achieve incredible breakthroughs. ​

Plus, I’m able to support people all around the world! ​

When you’re able to develop this sense of comfort in showing up online, adding value and serving, then you’re actually living a very purposeful life. ​

People will remember…​

? How you made them feel

? What impact you had on them

? How their lives were changed by what you taught them ​

I always encourage the students in my Q&A calls to start by celebrating their wins and acknowledging what they’ve learned. Some are ready to jump in and share right away, while others are more preoccupied with the problems that need to be solved. ​

Learning to lead with gratitude is such a powerful skill to have as you navigate your entrepreneurial journey. 

I’m grateful because through my business, I have a reason to tune into my artistry, my sense of service and to create a community around me of people who value what I have to offer. Whether it’s people in my free or paid community. ​

What are you grateful for at this moment, and are you living the life that you want to be living?

​I hope this inspires you to ask these questions. I’d love to hear from you!